Both centenarians and baby boomers feel younger than their years, according to a new survey by UnitedHealthcare.

The poll examined how the attitudes and lifestyles of Americans entering their retirement years compare to those who hit that same age 35 years ago.

On average, the centenarians who were polled in the 100@100 survey say they feel just 83 years old, while on average, the 65-year-old baby boomers polled say they feel 55 years old on average.

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